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Journal EntryHow extreme heat conditions affect the body
Extreme heat poses a high risk and can impair the body's ability to regulate core temperatures that can lead to a variety of heat-related illnesses such as dehydration and heat stroke.
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Journal EntryHPRC at the 2012 Warrior Resilience Conference
This year’s Warrior Resilience Conference focused on the family and social aspects of Total Force Fitness.
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Journal EntryHPRC at the DoD/USDA Family Resilience Conference
Representatives of the HPRC, DCoE, and USUHS presented a workshop on a new model for military family fitness at a conference in April.
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Journal EntryHPRC’s Director at the Pentagon on 9/11
The events of 9/11 changed many lives. HPRC’s own Director was on the spot at the Pentagon that day.
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Journal EntryIf you’ve ever choked under pressure, read on.
Emerging research suggests that activating the right side of your brain may decrease likelihood of choking under pressure.
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Journal EntryKeeping fit while deployed at sea
Marines and sailors rely on creativity and enthusiasm to keep fit while at sea.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programLazy Cakes: Brownies – or something else?
With added melatonin to help you relax, this is no typical brownie.
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Journal EntryLeveraging mindfulness as a performance-optimization tool
Practicing mindfulness can improve performance by reducing stress and increasing well-being.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programMarines address boot camp injuries
Reducing injuries during boot camp is a priority for the Marine Corps; athletic trainers keep watch over recruits to ensure the 13-week training is as injury-free as possible.
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Journal EntryMarines address fitness testing
Failing a fitness test can get a Marine passed over for promotion,perhaps ending career hopes. According to an article from KVOA.com based in Tucson, AZ, there is growing pressure to hold marines to a higher standard for physical fitness and combat readiness.
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